Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Saturday will join Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Michael Huerta, airport CEO Kim Day, VIPs and other people who helped build and run the airport.
An autopsy shows a 17-year-old girl who was killed by Denver police officers while driving a stolen car suffered four gunshot wounds.
Any attempt to give local governments more control over oil and gas drilling in Colorado must protect the rights of people who own underground mineral rights, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Friday.
An appeals court added Colorado to the list of states that can allow criminal suspects to search victims’ homes to bolster their defense — a move that raised concerns among prosecutors and victims’ advocates.
A proposal to make it easier to catch kids who call in false bomb threats and prank others with phony threats has been rejected by Colorado lawmakers.
Snowy, cold weather is forcing a state representative to postpone by a week the opening of a community center that will provide health, job, educational and others services to try to keep young people away from crime.
A University of Colorado environmental studies professor says he’s the target of a congressional “witch hunt” because he expressed doubt about whether climate change is making natural disasters worse.
Interim athletic director John Morris is leaving Colorado State to serve as athletic director at Tufts University in Massachusetts.
A Twitter account that spread gossip about students at Durango High School, often criticizing people by name, has been shut down but another similar one is still operating.
A new state report shows Colorado’s marijuana industry is producing a lot less than it could.